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Teens Who Killed Photographer Get Three Years in Juvenile Detention

Two Ohio teens whose actions led to the death of a local photographer on Labor Day 2019 have plead guilty to involuntary manslaughter and been sentenced to three years in juvenile detention, bringing the sad story of Victoria Schafer's untimely death to some sort of conclusion.

72-Year-Old Woman Gored by Bison in Yellowstone While Taking Pictures

A 72-year-old woman was gored several times by a wild bison in Yellowstone National Park last week after she allegedly got within 10 feet of the animal "multiple times" in order to take its picture. The incident is under investigation, but the park is taking this opportunity to remind campers to always keep a safe distance when photographing wildlife.

Young Chinese Couple Found Dead Near Iconic Iceland Photo Spot

A young Chinese couple in their early 20s was found dead last week near the famous DC-3 plane crash site in Iceland: an iconic photo spot frequented by photographers and tourists alike. Authorities say there was no sign of foul play, and believe inclement weather is to blame.

Two Teens Confess to Playing a Part in Ohio Photographer’s Tragic Death

Two Ohio teens have been taken into custody on charges reckless homicide in connection to photographer Victoria Schafer's tragic death at Hocking Hills State Park last month. The police had stated that they suspected foul play, and it seems the 16- and 17-year-old teens have confessed to being involved.

Pregnant Teen Model Killed During Railway Photoshoot in Texas

Fredzania 'Zadie' Thompson was just 19 years old, a student, athlete, and mother-to-be from Navasota, Texas who decided to finally pursue her dream of becoming a model last Friday. Unfortunately, her first photo shoot would also be her last. She was struck and killed by a train.

Guy Epically Photobombs Newspaper Photographer Shooting a Demolition

This is painful to watch. After spending all day setting up and preparing to capture a smokestack demolition for her newspaper, Reading Eagle staff photographer Susan L. Angstadt was horrendously, tragically, epically photobombed by a guy with an iPhone during the moment of truth.